Twenty Years After 9/11
The 9/11 attacks forced the United States and the world to reconsider what it means to be secure. Counter-terrorism dominated the international security agenda, and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq followed. Twenty years later, terrorism still haunts us, and new threats have emerged. Join a dialogue with Michèle Flournoy, former Undersecretary for Policy at the Department of Defense under President Obama and one the most prominent foreign policy and national security experts in the United States. Today, should the global rivalry between the United States and China redefine national security priorities? Could cyber attacks dominate the future of war? Has the pandemic left the world more polarized between rich and poor? How should the transnational threat of climate change reshape global cooperation and innovation? And in this changing world, who will lead, and what are the institutions that will make the future safe and prosperous?